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  1. Sir Christopher Wren (20 October 1632 – 25 February 1723) was a 17th century English architect, designer, astronomer and geometer. He designed 51 churches in London after the Great Fire of London, including St. Paul's Cathedral. Wren was born on 20 October 1632 in East Knoyle, Wiltshire, England. He was educated at Westminster School and ...

  2. Christopher Wren ( East Knoyle, 20 oktober 1632 – Hampton Court, 25 februari 1723) was een Brits wetenschapper en architect . Wren studeerde aan de Universiteit van Oxford en doceerde vanaf 1653 aan het All Souls College in Oxford. Daarna werd hij benoemd tot hoogleraar sterrenkunde, eerst aan het Gresham College in Londen (1657) en ...

  3. Christopher Wren por Godfrey Kneller, 1711. Sir Christopher Wren ( 20 de outubro de 1632 – 25 de febreiro de 1723 ), foi un astrónomo, xeómetra e o máis grande dos arquitectos ingleses da súa época. Wren proxectou 53 igrexas en Londres, incluíndo a catedral de San Paulo, así como moitos edificios civís.

  4. The younger Christopher was also a numismatist of some repute (Hearne, Collections, ed. Doble, ii. 264), and he published Numismatum Antiquorum Sylloge (London, 4to) in 1708. Wren died in London on 24 August 1747. His first wife was Mary, daughter of Philip Musard, jeweler of Queen Anne. His second wife, Constance, daughter of Sir Thomas ...

  5. Christopher Wren ( 20 d'ochobre de 1632 - 25 de febreru de 1723) foi un científicu y arquiteutu del sieglu XVII, famosu polos sos trabayos de reconstrucción de les ilesies de Londres tres el gran quema de 1666. Foi miembru de la Royal Society .

  6. Christopher Wren på Commons. Christopher Wren (født 20. oktober jul. / 30. oktober 1632 greg., død 25. februar 1722 jul. / 8. mars 1723 greg.) var en engelsk vitenskapsmann og arkitekt, berømt for sin rolle i gjenoppbyggingen av Londons kirker etter storbrannen i London i 1666 .

  7. Estelle Wren (1901–1910) Percival Rupert Christopher Wren (1904–) Percival Christopher Wren (1 November 1875 – 22 November 1941) was an English writer, mostly of adventure fiction. He is remembered best for Beau Geste, a much-filmed book of 1924, involving the French Foreign Legion in North Africa.